Introducing our newest radio show, Health Stealth Radio.
Insights from the Shadows of Enterprise and Patient Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity and Privacy have become increasingly complicated not only from a technology perspective but also regarding the purely human responses needed to data breaches. Most healthcare systems don’t care to share insights on how their cybersecurity systems were cracked, and even fewer wish to share how they got their data back whether through sleuth technology or by direct financial negotiations using cryptocurrencies.
Join host Frank Cutitta and his guests as they discuss the more covert and edgy aspects of healthcare security that can’t always be found in vendor sales brochures or the enterprise breach response playbooks of CISOs.
NOW on-demand the first episode, Hack-tivisim: How Turmoil In The Middle East And Ukraine Have Increased Cyber Risk In The Healthcare Segment, with guest Denise Anderson, President/CEO of Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Health-ISAC).
Meet the host Frank Cutitta
Frank has over 40 years of experience in the media, information technology, and healthcare industries. Over the years he launched some of the most iconic IT media brands in 90 countries including Computerworld, PC World, Network World, and CIO. His international career then led him to work in the intelligence sector during his time in the former USSR and Cuba.
In addition to being a graduate professor of healthcare informatics and communications, he serves on the board of JBJS, the world’s leading orthopedic journal, and as Co-Chair of the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network’s Patient Family Advisory Council. He previously served on the Global Board for HIMSS for 6 years.